Building Dynamic Capacity - To Thrive in the 4th Industrial Revolution Professor Stephen Wyatt
The Dynamic Capacity of an organization is its ability to sense how the market-spaces are evolving as the unknown future unfolds, to make and act on timely decisions about to compete in that future whilst also being flexible to adapt quickly to the reality that arrives.
Over a 5 year period (Dec 2014-Dec 2019), on average, the share-price of firms with higher than average Dynamic Capacity out-performed their own sector peers by more than 30% whilst those with lower than average Dynamic Capacity under-performed their peers by 15%. The measure of Dynamic Capacity is a leading indicator of firm performance, important for business leaders and investors to understand and manage.
The Dynamic Capacity of an organization is the product of the strength of 3 sets of capabilities; (a) to Sense & Make Sense, (b) to Seize & Replicate, (c) to Reposition & Reconfigure.
Working with over 80 organisations globally Prof. Stephen Wyatt has developed practical insights on the management practices and leadership traits that can be adopted and developed to increase Dynamic Capacity. His work has been endorsed by business leaders and leading academics.
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